While we would love to believe that the course is the best thing to visit in the area, there are a few other spots to check out while you are here.
Writing on Stone Provincial Park
A UNESCO world heritage site, Writing on Stone showcases some of the oldest known stone writing (petroglyphs) in North America.
With kilometers of hiking trails, backcountry hiking options, campsites and group camping along with day use areas it is sure to be an enjoyable visit for anyone to the area.
8 Flags Campground
Did you know that this region has been under 8 flags?
It has been a territory of: Hudson’s Bay Company, Spain, France and the USA in addition to the revisions of the Canadian Flag.
8 Flags campground is located next door to Riverside Golf Course and offers a “Stay and Play” special. 9 Holes for $9.
Gold Springs Park
Offering camping and day use recreation areas, Gold Springs is truly one of the area’s Hidden Gems.
Deep in a coulee, the park and campground sit on the banks of the Milk River and a lagoon that is great for swimming.
Waterton Lakes National Park
Take a truly breathtaking drive 1.5 hours west into the base of the Rocky Mountains to see the awe inspiring Waterton Lakes National Park.
Thousands of people each year make the trek to Alberta’s southwest corner to see the pristine water, hike the trails and explore the breathtaking waterfalls.